Cost: $240 (nonmember, $445)
Librarians will learn what the history and current state of systematic reviews are, how systematic reviews are different from other types of reviews, and what their role can be, based on current guidelines. Librarians will learn methods for conducting reference interviews, building search strategies, organizing, and reporting methods specific to systematic reviews.
Instructors: Susan A. Fowler, Medical Librarian, Washington University School of Medicine, Saint Louis, MO, and Margaret J. Foster, AHIP, Systematic Reviews and Research Coordinator; Assistant Professor, Medical Sciences Library; and Joint Assistant Professor, Department of Health Promotion and Community Health Sciences, School of Rural Public Health, Health Sciences Center, Texas A&M University-College Station